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Roots 2018 Conference on Quebec Family History will be presented May 18, 19, 20 at McGill New Residence Hall, Montreal.
My father Alfred Alf Henry Griffiths, age 17 arrived in Halifax, Canada aboard the Regina, from the port of Liverpool, England in April 1928 My dad was
Nora(h) Malley born 1891 Salford Lancashire. Is living on the Isle of Man in the 1911 census occupation governess. Arriving in Canada after 1911 possible
My great uncle lieutenant William Hoey was in receipt of the military cross and also the distinguished conduct Medal from action in WW1 I know from his
Andrew immigrated to Montreal in early 1900s and at some point was working for grand trunk railroad in their police department.
Henry was my great uncle the youngest son of Ernest and Ellen H. Toovey nee (Le Seelleur) from St. Heliers Channel Island UK. He was the youngest of 4
Francis Saul was born c.1782 in East Yorkshire England. He married Isabelle (Belle) Nicholson 23 December 1806 at Willerby near Scarborough, East Yorkshire.
Christmas cards were sent by Bert Shill to his family from overseas during WW1.
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